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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge 10-2-13 Celebrating Autumn
Dr. Zarkov
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Posted: 2013-10-02 3:39 pm   Permalink

Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: October 2, 2013

On this week’s show we augured the auspicious opening of autumn with an appropriatative offering of audio acoustics.

Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge is broadcast on Wednesdays, 5-6 pm EDT at:
www.radiofairfax.org The show is broadcast live; no recorded shows are archived. Some fans choose to record it on their computers to listen to later. Radio Fairfax also can be heard on Tune In Radio at tunein.com, and can be streamed on smartphones by downloading the Tunein app. It also can be streamed on Roku and Google TV at: http://tinyurl.com/3uqfsz9

1) “Autumn Serenade,” the 1945 song by Peter DeRose and Sammy Gallo, from the 1963 album: Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane, with McCoy Tyner on Piano; Jimmy Garrison on Bass and Elvin Jones on Drums.

2) “Indian Summer, ” the 1919 song by Victor Herbert and Al Dubin performed by Anita O'Day on her 1960 LP: Incomparable! With the band arranged and conducted by Bill Holman, with Lou Levy on Piano.

3) The 1941 song composed by Henry Nemo, “'Tis Autumn” from the 1952 album: Stan Getz Plays, with Getz on Tenor Sax, Jimmy Raney on Electric Guitar; Duke Jordan on Piano; Bill Crow on Bass; and Frank Isola on Drums.

4) The 1952 song “Cool Whalin’” from the copious collection: Real Crazy – A Proper Introduction to Babs Gonzales.

5) “Something for October,” from composer and bandleader Benny Carter’s 1958 LP: Aspects, featuring Carter on Alto Sax and Gerald Wiggins on Piano.

6) “Gone With the Wind,” composed by Allie Wrubel and Herb Magidson, who were Inspired by the novel, but is not related to the movie theme, taken from the CD by singer Helen Merrill: Brownie – Homage to Clifford Brown, with Torrie Zito on Keyboards.

7) “Four Brothers,” composed by Jimmy Giuffre, and “Early Autumn,” written by Woody Herman, Johnny Mercer and Ralph Burns, 1961 LP: Ten Saxophones and Two Basses by Pete Rugolo and His Orchestra, which was probably originally intended to be used as a stereo demonstration record in hi-fi equipment stores, including Bill Hood and Bill Perkins on Baritone Saxes, Gene Cipriano on Tenor Sax, Red Mitchell and Joe Mondragon on Bass; and Shelly Manne on Drums.

8) “Early Autumn,” taken from the 1964 landmark recording: Ella Fitzgerald – The Johnny Mercer Songbook, with the music composed by Ralph Burns and the orchestra arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle Willie Smith on Alto Sax.

9) “El Abanico,” sung by Graciela in 1964 and spotlighted on the corrective collection: Machito – El Padrino.

10) “A Certain Sadness” from the 1967 album: Look to the Rainbow by the Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto and the Walter Wanderly Trio.

11) “Autumn in New York,” the song by Vernon Duke for the 1934 Broadway musical: Thumbs Up!, taken from the 1959 LP recorded in Milan, Italy: Chet Baker With Fifty Italian Strings, featuring Mr. Baker on Trumpet.

12) “Autumn Leaves,” the classic originally composed by Jacques Prevert and Joseph Kosma, with English lyrics added later by Johnny Mercer, sung by Mark Murphy on his album: Bop for Miles, recorded in Vienna in 1990, with Peter Mihelich on Piano, Alan Praskin on Alto Sax, Achim Tang on Bass; and Vito Lescak on Drums.

13) “You're Nearer” written by Rodgers and Hart for the 1940 Lucille Ball movie: Too Many Girls, from the 1959 Annie Ross LP: The Gasser, with Russ Freeman on Piano, Zoot Sims on Tenor Sax, Jim Hall on Guitar, Monte Budwig on Bass and Mel Lewis on Drums.

14) “Two Sleepy People” sung by Hoagy Carmichael, who composed it with lyric written by Frank Loesser for the 1938 movie: The Big Broadcast of 1938, where it was sung by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross, taken from the 1956 album: Hoagy Sings Carmichael, arranged and conducted by Johnny Mandel, featuring Art Pepper on Alto Sax.


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